The results of archaeological investigations at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport will be discussed Wednesday at the San Tan Historical Society Museum.
Andrew Vorsanger, who has served as a project manager and field director for numerous cultural resource projects throughout the Southwest, will be the speaker, according to a release. There also will be a question-and-answer period.
“The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority proposed development would affect a National Register of Historic Places–listed archaeological site,” event organizers said in the release.
“The site is a Hohokam village occupied from the Colonial period through the Classic period.”
In 2021, the release stated, PMGAA retained environmental consultants to develop and implement an archaeological data recovery plan.
The Sept. 13 session begins at 6:30 p.m. at the museum, 20435 S. Old Ellsworth Road, Queen Creek.